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Revision as of 19:13, 17 May 2016

Team High Level Goals

  • Plan for and deliver high quality kernel for upcoming Fedora releases
  • Improve team efficiency and community collaboration
  • Increase participation in upstream kernel community

Goals

Specific action items will be derived from these goals.

Description Category Lead Person Target
Increase upstream kernel reviews and bugfixes. Upstream is continually looking for additional patch reviews. By increasing our participation there we can help avoid bugs. We'll also use this to increase our team's overall knowledge by gaining a deeper understanding of various focus areas within the kernel. Upstream
Publish various communications about the Fedora kernel. The kernel is often a hot topic in various communities. We'll look at continuing the upstream Fedora patch reports, and possibly writing articles for Fedora Magazine. Collaboration
Community Outreach The Fedora kernel community has several active members but could always improve. Through efforts like Outreachy, we can grow the understanding and expertise of interested community members. XXXX
Improved popular platform support People like to use their hardware with a minimum amount of fuss. Look into ways to accomplish this for popular hardware. XXXX
Architecture support The primary Fedora platform is x86_64. However, there are always interesting things happening on other architectures such as armv7hl, arm64, etc. We'll investigate possible areas where we as a team can help further progress or provide solutions with these architectures. XXXX

Work Items

Description Lead Person Target
Upstream patch reviews and bugfixes All FY
Blog/magazine postings on kernel topics All FY
Release maintenance All FY

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